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Have you ever heard about "bird language"?

It's a language that all of our ancestors once understood, but now, most of us have forgotten.

Why, you might ask, did our ancestors understand what birds were saying, and why should I care now?

You might be surprised to know that when you tap into your more ancient self, through listening to what the birds are saying, something wakes up in you. This something is more engaged, alive and present than you may ordinarily experience.

The great thing about learning "the language of the birds" is that it's completely intuitive.

To prove this, Jon Young and our friends at the 8 Shields Institute posed a pop quiz about what birds are saying to random people on the street in Santa Cruz, with some surprising results.

Click here to check it out, and see how tuned into bird language you already are.

Jon Young, author of What the Robin Knows: How Birds Reveal the Secrets of the Natural World, has spent a lifetime learning the language of birds.

Jon was mentored from a young age in this understanding, and is bringing the understanding of bird language back into the human experience. Why? Because our species depends on it.

Bird Language

We want to share this whole series of free videos on bird language with you as our way of saying thanks for being a part of our eNewsletter. Click here for the free video series on bird language.

All the best,

Tim Corcoran

P.S. Did you know that Jon Young was one of Jeannine and my first mentors? He has been a huge inspiration to us for close to 15 years, and has helped us and countless others become greater expressions of ourselves through mentoring us in deep nature connection like bird language. Experience his mentoring for yourself here.

Header photo courtesy Joseph Rocchio Photography

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